Minter Dialogue with John Purkiss (Banahasta)
John Purkiss is the author of three books, including the bestseller, The Power of Letting Go: How to drop everything that’s holding you back. With an accomplished background, the highest credentials and working as a partner at August Leadership, a global executive search firm, John is also known as Banahasta, which is short for Sri Nithya Banahastananda. This spiritual name was given to him by his guru, HDH Sri Nithyananda Paramashivam, known to his followers as Swamiji. In this chat, we discuss John’s remarkable journey to become Banahasta. We also talk about consciousness, oneness, intuition and meditation, how he manages his personal and professional missions, and the inherent power of letting go.
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To connect with John Purkiss:
- Find John Purkiss’ bestselling The Power of Letting Go
- You can find John Purkiss on Twitter: @JohnPurkiss
- John Purkiss on Linkedin
- Join the Facebook Page, The Power of Letting Go
- Check out John’s Enlighten Ventures project
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